For the wedding we were really wanting to add some personal touches and I did loads in terms of individual guest information, photos etc. Adam also thought it would be really nice to make our own elderflower champagne.
It’s one week today until the big day and we have finally moved house 🙂 honestly it feels like the weight of the world has lifted! It still didn’t happen smoothly and at won’t point it looked like we weren’t going to complete yesterday after all, but we did. Phew!
Adam is working this weekend so after lifting all the heavy stuff he disappeared off after lunch and I’ve been getting on with it! My mum came over for the afternoon and night and spent ages helping clean and unpack boxes. We now have a reasonable kitchen, lounge and bedroom 🙂
A real blessing with this move is the summer house which allows us to store everything and then just gradually find places for it in the house.
All those skulls, bits of bark, animals skins, bits of wood, bows and arrows, climbing ropes, tools, chopping blocks, cordages, oh and flintstones, can live in there 🙂
I recall walking toward the house and seeing a light on in the summer house and it looked cosy and sweet. We were shown inside and there was a large sofa, bookcase, table and chairs etc – a great place to relax and have friends over I thought. I imagined it in the winter and looking out at the snow snuggled up or in the summer with a bbq just outside.
One guess what Flint was thinking???!!
‘Wow, what a great workshop this will make’.
Hmmm no! We’ve had many a ‘discussion’ about this and have finally decided on half each! His side will be full of bushcraft and tools while my side will have a comfy sofa, a desk for my crafts, buttons and beads in jars on shelves and wool and fabrics in baskets – lovely 🙂
It’s going to be a real mash up of our personalities and hobbies and actually I really love the idea the more I think about it. For now it’s a mess but we are both excited about what the future will hold 🙂